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  • Donkey is special guest at St Mark’s Palm Sunday service

    Donkey is special guest at St Mark’s Palm Sunday service0

    Look who is going to be greeting children as they arrive at the Palm Sunday service at St Mark’s Church tomorrow! “Usually, we can have donkey rides after the service, but this year, for Covid regulations, we can’t offer that: nor can we do a procession,” said Rev Robert Stanier. “However, we will be incorporating

  • Treat your mum to a special cookbook for Mothering Sunday

    Treat your mum to a special cookbook for Mothering Sunday0

    Stuck deciding what to buy mum for Mother’s Day this coming Sunday? Why not give her a cookbook of fabulous recipes courtesy of the parents and children at two local schools? It’s also a chunk of lockdown history too. The Friends of Long Ditton St Mary’s Infants and Junior Schools have created a Lockdown LOVE

  • Chelsea beef up community help

    Chelsea beef up community help0

    As Chelsea women keep a nervous eye on the West Country weather ahead of Sunday afternoon’s trip to Bristol City, in what will be a dress rehearsal for the Conti Cup final, the football club are redoubling their efforts to support the community during the pandemic. Through its charitable wing, the Chelsea Foundation, the club

  • Write and record a radio play

    Write and record a radio play0

    There’s still time to write a radio play for the cornerHOUSE Radio Shorts project. The arts centre in Surbiton is asking for original plays between five and 10 minutes long to be submitted for its radio drama initiative. It can just be a monologue or even involve the whole household if you want to. The

  • I’ve had Covid, says Emma

    I’ve had Covid, says Emma0

    Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes has had Covid-19; it was a worrying time, but she pulled through after a bout of isolation over the festive season. She revealed her own personal tussle with the virus as she spoke ahead of her team’s eagerly anticipated crunch game with high-flyers Manchester United. Sunday afternoon pits first against

  • cornerHOUSE arts centre welcomes your New Year poem

    cornerHOUSE arts centre welcomes your New Year poem0

    Write a poem to welcome in the New Year and submit it to The cornerHOUSE to be featured on the arts centre’s website. Your poem should be about what the New Year means to you either by reflecting on the past 12 months (I’m sure we’ve all got rather a lot to say about that!),

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